sepultar

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sepultar (first-person singular present sepulto, past participle sepultat)

  1. to bury, entomb

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sepultar (present tense sepultas, past tense sepultis, future tense sepultos, imperative sepultez, conditional sepultus)

  1. (transitive) to entomb, to bury (a person or body)

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sepultar (first-person singular present indicative sepulto, past participle sepultado)

  1. to entomb (to place in a tomb)
  2. (figuratively) to bury (to put an end to)

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From Latin sepultāre, intensive form of sepelīre, present active infinitive form of sepeliō.

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sepultar (first-person singular present sepulto, first-person singular preterite sepulté, past participle sepultado)

  1. to bury

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